Carlin Romano writes review in Columbia Journalism Review


Carlin Romano, J.D., Literary Critic of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Critic-at-Large of The Chronicle of Higher Education, and a Lecturer who teaches Annenberg's undergraduate seminars on "Philosophical Problems of Journalism" and "Journalism and Public Service," has the lead book review/essay in the January/February issue of Columbia Journalism Review. It addresses the work of Robert McChesney, and particularly McChesney's latest book, Communication Revolution: Critical Junctures and the Future of Media.